I'm not new to 3D printing, but am not extremely conversant in doing mechanical adjustments on the printer.
I took the printer down (minimal de-construction), loaded it into a padded box and drove it to my new home when I moved last year to avoid the handling that it would receive from movers.
Since then, I cannot get the bed to level properly regardless of what I do with the leveling screws. No matter what I do, the left rear corner is way too high for the nozzle and starts to scrape if I try to move it into place. I've tried every adjustment that I can find/think of other than taking the printer apart and re-building it (which I do not want to do if I can avoid it). I'm using the (often recommended) yellow springs that I bought off of Amazon and have a glass print bed.
Any suggestions how I can level the bed without taking the printer apart?